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PBS
Aug 22, 2014 7:30pm EDT
, the protests over the death of an unarmed teenager in ferguson stretch far beyond missouri. we go to new york for the view from there. forecasts of more heavy rains in western japan have raised the risk of further landslides in hiroshima. they are still trying to locate dozens of people who went missing there earlier this week when the hills around the city collapsed. so far 40 people have been confirmed dead. nearly 3,000 police and military personnel have been searching for additional victims. >> in the last 12 hours, the news from hire shima has -- hire shima has continued to get worse. workers thought only a handful of people were under these mudslides. now they think the number is closer to 50. it seems like whole families were buried as they slept. for the rescuers, it's hard to know where to start digging amidst all of this. many houses have been completely obliterated. time is rapidly running out. >> we have to be extremely careful here as we are looking at the potential secondary disaster due to weather conditions. so, yes, we can say rescue and search operations are goin
MSNBC
Aug 22, 2014 4:00pm PDT
ferguson, missouri. the past seven days have delivered brutal images. we have seen local police with semi-automatic rifles, flash bombs going off in the streets. protesters writhing from teargas and throwing molotov cocktails at the police. attorney general eric holder was on the ground during the height of the tensions to assure the community out there that their voices will be heard. there is calm on the streets right now. the national guard is leaving. the question is how do things stay calm and what happens now. craig melvin has been out there and delivered exceptional coverage for us all week long. he joins us on the ground. craig, thank you. congratulations on great reporting. your sense of it as an observer, put it together. is there a trend line here or is it in cycles? how do you see it in terms of the community reaction? >> i think, chris, we are finally at a point where the violent image you were talking about, clashes with police, i think we have seen the end of those. i believe that right now behind me on the street there are not so many protesters, maybe 10, 12 protesters. t
FOX News
Aug 22, 2014 4:00pm PDT
missouri case netted, which is an open record, i believe it says it's a suspended execution of sentence. and i think that he had time served for that. so, there was nothing any further on that at all. but there is still an outstanding warrant on him. and in may of this year, we were notified by the police department, a suburb of st. louis, that they had come across him in a law enforcement contact and they contacted us about the outstanding warrant with him. >> what was the conviction for? was that the false statements or not? >> right, the conviction, pled guilty, according to accoro the missouri case net which again is open record to filing a false police report. he has yet to appear in court on the stealing charge. >> i got it. >> he still has that court date. >> captain, thank you, sir. >> thank you very much. >> and joining us from ferguson dorian johnson's lawyers bosley and williams. good evening to both of you. mr. bosley, thank you very much for coming back. your client was an eyewitness to the shooting. he said that the decedent was shot in the back. that turned out t
CNN
Aug 22, 2014 4:00pm PDT
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FOX Business
Aug 22, 2014 7:00pm EDT
counterpart. ben cohen has been restored in ferguson, missouri, after two weeks of violent clashes. ron johnson saying during an early-morning briefing today that the he has apparently turned a corner. >> there were no molotov cocktails tonight, we did not see a single handgun. it's related to a lot of hard work by the citizens of this community and the state and the men and women, a large portion who have been out here to make this community safe. lou: we are getting new details on the makeup of the 12 member grand jury that is now hearing evidence in the michael brontËs. officials say that they will decide whether to charge missouri police officer during wilson with that shooting. under missouri law the jurors are selected at random from a cross-section of the citizens of st. louis county and it will be several weeks before a decision is made, we are told, and we are coming right back, so stay with us. and social issues, foreign policy failures, president obama being criticized suddenly from all sides. mike huckabee on the white house at the edge coming up next shingles affected me t
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 6:30pm EDT
you. >>> now to the situation in ferguson, missouri. after another night of relative calm and peaceful protests on the streets there, we're learning more tonight about the grand jury now meeting in secret. nbc's ron allen has our report from ferguson. >>> in an unusual step today, court officials revealed the composition of the grand jury investigating whether officer darren wilson will face criminal charges for shooting and killing michael brown. twelve jurors, including three african-americans, 25% officials point out, in a county that's about 18% black. among the evidence they'll consider, conflicting eyewitness accounts. some claiming the officer was the initial aggressor when he stopped brown for walking in a roadway. >> it looked like he was trying to force him into the police car or at least force him to stop walking. >> reporter: this caller to local radio said the officer told her brown was not trying to surrender. >> he said all of a sudden he started to bum rush him. he started coming at him full speed, so he just started shooting. and he just kept coming. >> eyewit
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 6:30pm EDT
ferguson, missouri, but the tension remains. >> it ain't no black and white thing. it's the police against the people thing pgh >> schieffer: and steve hartman on the road. bryan holler has received a letter that is about to change his life. >> what's it say? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> schieffer: good evening. i'm bob schieffer. scott is on assignment. well, whatever the terrorists' intention when they released that horrific tape of the execution of american journalist james foley, it has refocused u.s. policy makers on the danger the terror groups pose to the american homeland. federal and new york police officials believe there may be dozens of americans fighting in iraq with sunni muslim terrorists. today, the f.b.i. issued a bulletin to u.s. law enforcement cautioning that their supporters could attack u.s. targets. we begin our coverage tonight with bob orr in washington. >> reporter: the threat is underscored in propaganda tapes featuring americansified fooiting alongside terrorists inside syria. this man joined isis. >> w
Univision
Aug 22, 2014 6:30pm EDT
missouri por la muerte de dos afroamericanos a mano de la policÍa. durante la manifestaciÓn tambiÉn se oyeron voces a favor de realizar cambios en la policÍa donde la poblaciÓn siente temor por las crecientes tensiones raciales. >> pasamos a mÉxico, con una de las principales promesas de campaÑa del presidente peÑa nieto. la gendarmerÍa. 5 mil gendarmes entrenados durante un semestre se suman a las fuerzas especiales para tratar de recuperar la seguridad en los municipios mÁs afectados por la presencia de trf. narcotraficantes. vemos quiÉnes integran la divisiÓn. ♪ ♪ >> una nueva superpolicÍa naciÓ en mÉxico. fue presentado hoy por el presidente como parte del proyecto de seguridad integral de su administraciÓn. >> la gendarmerÍa contribuirÁ a contener y desarticular a aquellas organizaciones delicuenciales que minan la actividad econÓmica en un territorio determinado a travÉs de ilÍcitos como el robo, la extorsiÓn o el secuestro. >> activistas y defensores de derechos humanos ven necesario mantener el funcionamiento. >> hay que observar y tambiÉn que seÑala
CSPAN
Aug 22, 2014 6:19pm EDT
of research -- we need a whole lot of research. >> thank you. the gentleman from missouri can ask another question. mississippi. [laughter] this. >> that hurts. thank you, mr. chairman and a couple of questions. one is if we are looking at use state football players are shedding equipment with speed and mobility but the decision of what held it to where is their own and they often is over the collision of cushioning ability ears safety features do some require a coalition in cushioning and do you recommend a special helmet that would meet all current safety standards? >> is a great question. currently there are no position specific helmet's been made. i think the helmet manufacturers use the best they can for everybody. not to belabor the point where you get no severe hit split the some caller is crucial i would not recommend a horse collar of everybody that could affect the play because certainly some players, and this is why i am an advocate for the other system to give as much more detailed information about which positions are where. sold improving hellman design. >> dr. gramm
LINKTV
Aug 22, 2014 3:00pm PDT
nixon has ordered the national guard to leave ferguson missouri as peaceful protests continue over the police killing of unarmed black teenager michael brown. brown's funeral is scheduled for monday morning and expected to draw a huge crowd. on thursday, missouri state senator jamilah nasheed was threatened with arrest as she sought to deliver a 70,000 signatures petition to prosecutor bob mcculloch, be replaced.o mcculloch has extensive family ties to law enforcement. his father was a police officer killed by an african-american. on thursday, attorney general eric holder assured residents the federal probe of the shooting will be independent. >> the national outcry we have seen speaks to a sense of mistrust and mutual suspicion that can take hold in the relationship between law enforcement and certain communities. i wanted the people of ferguson to know i personally understood that mistrust and one of them to know while so much else may be uncertain, this attorney general and this department of justice stands with the people of ferguson. >> michael brown's parents said they plan to ma
Al Jazeera America
Aug 22, 2014 6:00pm EDT
peaceful. the community is hoping that it stays that way. >> diane estherbrook live in missouri. a lot of donations are boring in for michael brown's family and the officer in in the case. lawyers for the family say the money will be used to cover funeral and burial expenses and travel and living expenses for his parents. meanwhile a fund page was set up to help officer darren wilson who shot and killed brown was set up for charity. the $45,000 raised will go to charity of hope to be used on wilson's behalf and will go to cover his legal fees and other fees. >>> ahead of the federal reserve, we may see soon higher interest rates. >> south africans are now barred from going to liberia, guinea and sierra leone. nigeria today confirmed two more cases of the ebola virus. the outbreak is putting pressure on the country's healthcare system that is crippled by the country's healthcare strike. >> ihe has been in hospital for five months. he has had two spinal injuries. he said the doctors' strike two weeks ago has slowed his recovery. >> public hospital wards that are usually overflowing now l
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 6:00pm EDT
just a bit. >> thank you, doug. >> relative calm on the streets of ferguson, missouri, right now. the questions remain after the police shooting of an unarmed black teenager how long it could take before a grand jury decides who is at fault. >>> a prostitution bust that started in this fairbanks county office building some five years ago. police say today it has since spread to several other locations, and they've now arrested the woman they say is behind it all. i'm david. coming up we'll tell you what officers found on her when they took her into custody. >>> kicked out of his office but refusing to back down. hear from a local mayor who is getting national attention now after pitching this tent outside of city hall and what he plans to do next. sgroirchgts tonight the nationals go for history, but the guys aren't feeling any pressure what soar. i'll tell you why co a lot of p. there are headlines in the u.k. as well. asking a similar question. in fact, they said, you know crisis, isis? look, here's what the white house says. they don't think that americans begrudge him vacation wit
MSNBC
Aug 22, 2014 3:00pm PDT
impartial? joining me now is missouri state representative courtney alan curtis. his district includes 60% of the town of ferguson. and liz brown, attorney and columnist for the st. louis american. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> lizz brown, you have litigated against mr. mcculloch's office. do you think he can be fair in this case? >> let me put it this way. say there was a trial and the prosecutor was picking a jury during the voir dire and the credibility of the police officer was the issue to be determined in the trial. the prosecutor would ask this african-american person would you be able to be fair and impartial. he says my best friend was killed by a police officer. so the prosecutor would then strike that person from the jury and nobody and no judge would refuse to allow him to be stricken. if bob mcculloch's father was killed by an african-american and he's a police officer in the line of duty he would be stricken from any jury in america from serving, despite what he would say about i can be fair and imspar sha spaimpartia. of course he didn't do that.
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 6:00pm EDT
dangerous provocation. the national guard starts leaving ferguson, missouri, but the tension remains. >> it ain't no black and white thing. it's the police against the people thing pgh >> schieffer: and steve hartman on the road. bryan holler has received a letter that is about to change his life. >>
PBS
Aug 22, 2014 6:00pm EDT
, missouri, as street violence subsides. about a hundred people peacefully protested in the st. louis suburb last night. they carried signs and chanted slogans calling for justice in the police shooting death of michael brown. the funeral for brown is scheduled for monday. the obama administration is trying again to end a fight over contraception coverage under health care reform. new rules they announced today say church groups and some companies don't have to pay for birth control, if they notify the government of religious objections. instead, insurers will foot the bill. supreme court decisions in june struck down previous requirements. >> woodruff: federal reserve board chair janet yellen gave little indication today of when the fed might raise interest rates. but, in a major speech, she suggested again it won't be any time soon. wall street's reaction was muted, the dow jones industrial average lost 38 points to close at 17,001. the nasdaq rose six points to close at 4,538. and the s-and-p 500 was down nearly four points, at 1,988. for the week, the dow gained 2%. the nasdaq and
CSPAN
Aug 22, 2014 6:00pm EDT
night the missouri representatives met to talk about the 1033 program. can you tell me if the secretary is review or when that may happen? >> the secretary is keeping an open mind. he shares the concerns. certainly, as that concern could lead to the use of military equipment, he has not made a decision about conducting a review. he is gathering information. he not only met with those representatives, he held a meeting with senior staffers the day before to ask lots of probing questions. out -- theo point military isn't the only source of tactical gear used by people in this country. most of the stuff you are seeing in video out of ferguson is not military equipment. ferguson itself, they have two humvees from this program. a lot of the stuff is not u.s. military equipment. point number two, 95% of the property transferred to local law enforcement through this program is not tactical. it is not weapons. it is shelving, office equipment, communications gear, that kind of thing. i think it is important to keep this thing in perspective. when the secretary wants to be -- he wants
FOX News
Aug 22, 2014 3:00pm PDT
, missouri. tonight marks the end of the second week since an unarmed african-american man wass with killed in a confrontation with a police officer outside st. louis. 12 days of protests both peaceful and violent are now morphing into what could be a long slog of legal and civilian issues. mike tobin has the latest from ferguson. >> reporter: the cover of "time" magazine shows a demonstrator in ferguson dropped to his knees. they do not force demonstrators to their knee. they bind them and arrest them. and they use nonlethal weapons. demonstrators frequently elect to drop to their knees for dramatic effect. all of this in an atmosphere in which reverend al sharpton has come center stage. sharpton's speeches in missouri have provoked rather than pacified the crowd. >> if you want justice, throw your arms up. if you want answers, throw your arms up because that's the sign michael was using. >> supporters quickly find themselves subject to an angry mob and are driven out of the public. a facebook page has over 50,000 supporters. >> i wanted him to know that they were behind him. >> hi'
ABC
Aug 22, 2014 6:00pm EDT
, missouri. we are learning the president of arundel'sl -- anne [indiscernible] made a donation. there is a statement from the police chief on the donation. the grand jury is made up of six white men, three white women, two black women, and one black man. told abcpokesperson news and fairly represents the population of st. louis county. brown's funeral is set for monday. this tuesday, watch a town hall special on the issues raised by the outrage in ferguson. your voice, your future. streamed on be wjla.com. eightk warner agreed to appearances with a gillespie before the november election. the democrat will face off with gillespie in televised abates in october. one will be in fairfax county, the other in richmond. the men also agreed to several joint appearances. >> fans have a place to celebrate the music of the late godfather, go-go chuck brown. it is on what would have been brown's 78th birthday. they unveiled an abstract sculpture. >> a little singing and dancing in the rain. >> everyone is enjoying it. it looks like those showers, most of them are going to hold off the next of the even
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 6:00pm EDT
. we'll explain why. >>> another protest and memorial service planned for tonight in ferguson, missouri. that, of course, where 18-year- old michael brown was shot and killed by the cops two weeks ago. now we know the make-up of the grand jury. it consists of six white men, three white women, two black women and one black man. nine votes are needed to indict. the military presence in ferguson is dwij as well as the national guard is clearing out after a couple of nights of peaceful protests. schools in ferguson which were supposed to open last week are finally going to open monday. the same day michael brown will be laid to rest. his parents say they want the prosecutor removed because he is too close to the police community, and they want that officer involved arrested. >> this is a repeated pattern that has been going on here in missouri, not just st. louis, and you can't call the police on the police. >> police say minutes after michael brown shoved a convenience store clerk and stole a box of cigars he scuffled with officer wilson and charged at him. autopsies show that wilson shot
LINKTV
Aug 22, 2014 2:30pm PDT
-- seems to settle on missouri, the national guard has withdrawn from the area. over the past two weeks, more than 160 people have been detained during riots over the death of michael brown, a black teenager shot dead by a policeman. a grand jury is currently looking at evidence to determine whether the officer involved in that shooting should be charged. it could take weeks to make that decision. venezuela has long suffered from food shortages and the government answer to that is to force consumers to scan their fingerprints at the supermarket. the president says the biometric card will soon be introduced in a bid to prevent people from buying too much of the same stuff and from smuggling them into neighboring countries for a profit. shanna hawkins explains. >> shoppers in venezuela will soon be handing over not only their money at the checkouts, but also their fingerprints. the government is planning to introduce biometric security in supermarkets that can track the amount of food people can buy. >> the introduction of a biometric system during the distribution and sale of food
CSPAN
Aug 22, 2014 5:00pm EDT
violence like missouri, for example, was really beyond the pale for sherman's men, by and large. sherman biographer michael feldman has argued that while the march quote, stopped well short of a total war in the 20th century nazi sense, sherman's rhetoric of destruction implied that he could make war on whomever he chose and that southern whites would be powerless to stop him, and sherman is certainly well aware of the psychological impact of what he allowed his men to do, and encouraged his men to do. does that make sherman a terrorist? he used his calculated brutality to terrorize the southern population. feldman, i think, really tries to split hairs as much as possible and describes sherman as having quote, terrorist capacities. i also think there's some responsibility, clearly, for both destroying and reining themselves in that accrues to the soldiers themselves on the march, and part of the reason that the march was not total in the 20th century sense was because the veterans limited themselves, held back by their own internal and cultural sense of morality. i've done a lot of readi
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 5:00pm EDT
, missouri for unarm, teenage her was shot and killed by a police officer two weeks ago. cbs news correspondent marley hall is in ferguson with the latest. >> reporter: military presence is dwindling in ferguson missouri. national guard troops called in monday to protect a police command center are clearing out, following, peaceful protest. this st. louis suburb, and, 18 year-old, michael brown, was shot and killed, officer darren wilson august 9th. brown's parents tells cbs news they want the the current prosecutor removed from the case, because of his, close relationships with the police community. and they want the office's rested. >> this is a repeated pattern that has been going out here in missouri not just st. louis, and you cannot call police on the police. >> reporter: polls which were speaksed to open last week are finally opens monday. this church has been serving as a safe haven for children while there has been so much chaos in the streets. seven year-old linden is among kid who have been coming here to learn and play, while tensions bowled over in ferguson. volunteer
ABC
Aug 22, 2014 5:00pm EDT
-- but will not, comment until he has a chance to talk to the councilwoman. >> ferguson, missouri is hoping for the best. the streets were quiet, with police making seven arrests. the funeral of michael brown scheduled for monday. his shooting by a police officer sparked days of protests and looting. today, we learned the makeup of the grand jury considering the -- six -- six white when white men, three white women, three black women, and one black man. a special on the issues raised by the outrage in ferguson begins at 7:00 on our sister station, news channel 8. you can also watch it streamed out wjla.com. >> police canvassing a neighborhood for clues in the death of 17-year-old amber stanley, shot and killed in her bedroom two years ago today. the case is still open, with no suspects in custody. elise talked to members of the community and handed out flyers. police are offering a $25,000 reward to anyone with information that could lead to an arrest. >> criticism is going of the white house amidst claims it did not act quickly enough to save murdered american journalist james foley
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 5:00pm EDT
new information tonight on the violent situation in ferguson. a missouri judge said a grand jury is in place on whether to charge the officer who killed michael brown. they're not expected to make a decision until october at the earliest. another protest and memorial service planned in ferguson missouri. some police are packing up and heading out. >> reporter: the military presence is dwindling in ferguson, missouri. national guard troops called in monday to protect a police command center are clearing out following two straight nights of peaceful protests. this st. louis suburb has been on edge since 1-year-old michael brown was shot and killed by officer darren wilson august 9th. brown's parents tell cbs news they want the current prosecutor removed from the case because of his close relationships with the police community, and they want the officer arrested. >> this is a repeated pattern that has been going on here in missouri. not just st. louis. and you can't call the police on the police. >> reporter: schools here which were supposed to open last week are finally opening monday.
MSNBC
Aug 22, 2014 2:00pm PDT
leaders in ferguson, missouri who are clearly making a big difference. one of those leaders is nfl hall of fame cornerback aknee yus williams who joins us in a few moments. i want to talk about the serious issues facing this city. this town in missouri. a major problem right now in ferguson is simply communication. there is a huge disconnect between local leaders, police and the actual residents of the city. many residents in ferguson feel like they don't have a voice. and it shows in the demographics. according to the 2010 u.s. census, over 21,000 people lived in ferguson missouri. over 67% are african-american. one in four residents live below the poverty line. per capita income in the city, $21,000. meanwhile, the people running ferguson don't reflect those demographics. 50 out of 53 police officers are white. six out of seven school board members are white. the city council has only one black member. the detroit free press reports black voter turnout in ferguson, missouri in 2013 was a dismal 6%. to make matters worse, the overpolicing in ferguson is funding the city. court fee
CNN
Aug 22, 2014 2:00pm PDT
developments on the investigation of the fatal police shooting in ferguson, missouri it, including some significant details missing from the incident report. our correspondents and guests are standing by with full coverage including don lemon and jason carroll in ferguson. we begin with michele kaczynski. tell us the latest on this isis threat. >> today, the president's deputy national security advisor agreed that the murder of james foley is isis's first terrorist attack against the united states. and without stating it in so many words, he also said essentially that yes, the u.s. is considering air strikes in syria, but he emphasized that that would require consultation with congress, a legal justification for doing so. >> today's assessment of the isis threat by the white house is serious. >> it's not simply the threat they pose to the united states. it's the threat they pose to the entire world. >> a big jump though this talk now about how to contain and ultimately defeat isis as the lives of other american hostages hang in the balance from january when president obama referred to s
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 5:00pm EDT
the people deciding the fate of a missouri police officer accused of killing an unarmed teenager and why some say it could affect they are decision in as much a racially charged case. >>> the mayor is now meeting with his constituents in a tent. i'm tracy wilkins. coming up on news 4. what led to all of this? >> and a look at our storm team 4 radar. a soggy start to our weekend. although the sun is out in parts of d.c. now. if you have any plans this weekend, whether you are in baltimore or falls church, you're going to want to see, sdmreerchlg the rain is moving across the area. tonight a lot of it could affect your weekend. doug, how is it looking? >> well, i think it could affect your day tomorrow. last night we were talking about if you had a date on friday night, you might want to move into tuesday night. if you canceled, call her back and just say, hey, the weather is looking okay now. we're looking at just a couple of showers out here. zoirchlgts gaiters birg area and down towards rockville and bethesda. light rain for the most part with heavier showers. this is right along 27
FOX News
Aug 22, 2014 2:00pm PDT
right. so ferguson, missouri, has been ripped apart by accusation of racial bias. like throwing gasoline on a file, comments by this guy. watch. >> many of the young people out there are legitimately outraged and legitimately protesting. some are taking advantage of the outrage, and we will condemn that. but when will law enforcement condemn police that shoot and kill unarmed young people? >> it's comments like that that ferguson, missouri, and america would probably be better served without you. just zip it. >> all right. bob. >> well, this should have been an ongoing saga, but i must say it's been a rough, rough, rough week. i told you all about my daughter going to college. she left this week to go to boulder, to colorado, and there she is. i told you all before, if you've got them around for a couple more years, stay close to them because it is a very, very painful week all the way around. so stay close to your kids. >> she's going to do great. >> she is. >> and you'll go visit. >> yes, i will. >> all right. you'll be a hero in boulder. >> parade. they'll rename main street
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 5:00pm EDT
national correspondent jay gray has the latest from ferguson, missouri. >> since calm and return to order is slowly taking hold in ferguson. the road are now open and so are businesses. in an area gripped by violence and chaos for more than a week. captain ron johnson talked about the changes along the frontlines of the protest. where only seven were arrested compared to 70 on monday. >> today we had a good night. let's enjoy the day and know that we're headed toward a sense of peace for our community. >> don't mistake the new calm here for a lack of concern or end to the push for answers. hundreds of roses line the street where michael brown was killed and a memorial at the spot where it happened is growing. along with donations to a fund to help his family as they try to move forward. the same website is also accepting donations for officer darren wilson's family and his legal defense. more than 5,000 people have donated more than $200,000 in the last four days. we've also learned officer wilson was treated for injuries at a local hospital after his confrontation with brown. infor
FOX
Aug 22, 2014 5:00pm EDT
continue to ease in ferguson, missouri. police say protests overnight were mostly peaceful. ferguson has been rocked with violence for the past two weeks. it started when an officer shot and killed 18 year old michael brown. brown was not armed. but police say he attacked officer darrin wilson right before wilson opened fire. a grand jury is now looking over evidence to decide whether wilson should face charges. >>> fine wine worth more than 100 grand. about to be destroyed. >> the fight to get it out of an evidence locker and back in a local cellar that's coming up. >>> also a big scare for the two girls fishing in the delaware river. a man got their attention then dropped his pants. where it happened and what police know about the guy. >> and a father accused of leaving his three young children in the car and then going off drinking. other bar patrons came to their rescue. then turned on dad. the lesson they taught him just ahead. >>> and the taney dragons, what run. they are philadelphia darlings. coming up next the unsung heroes of the little league world series and why most spec
Univision
Aug 22, 2014 5:00pm EDT
contra la policia de ferguson, missouri, porque no presento un informe oficial sobre la muerte del joven afroamericano michael brown. y un medico de londres podria ser la clave para identificar al terrorista que decapito a james foley. acompaqen a jorge ramos en ♪ ♪ ábados estrenan documental sobre las mineras que han vivido de explotar la tierra y mueren por ello. un pueblo en colombia donde las minas son trpas rtal. >> un pueblo del centro de colombia signado por la tragedia. uno de esos lugares es verdad que la muerte acecha y se esconden las entraÑas de la tierra. y es que aquÍ, en los Últimos 40 aÑos mÁs de 300 hombres han quedado sepultados en las minas de carbÓn. son cuatro generaciones que cargan sobre sus espaldas la maldiciÓn de ser mineros. a un. y yo corriendo pola agotaron l ataÚdes en un pueblo. para 1977 cuando la mina de carbÓn se vino abajo, sepultando a su esposo e hijo >> in manos, 83 mineros. lgun sin cabeza, sin piernas, todos quemados, sin ropa. la explosiÓn fue muy horrible. >> don joaquÍn flores, minero de pfesi se salvÓ de milagro porque se
MSNBC
Aug 22, 2014 1:00pm PDT
ferguson, missouri, attention is turned back to the investigation into michael brown's death. an investigation that has been controversial from the start. it's been almost two weeks since brown was killed and public still has yet to see the official autopsy results. while ferguson police have already released surveillance video of brown's strong-arm robbery and report concerning that incident, we still have no pertinent details relating to the actual altercation that led to his death because ferguson police never filed a real incident report unless you count this document which lists the time and date and location of the shooting but nothing else. no description of what happened. no names of officers involved. why? according to the prosecutor's office, the ferguson police turned the case over to the st. louis county police almost immediately. so does that mean the st. louis county police department has an incident report? in fact, yes. it was obtained and released by the aclu on wednesday night but once again, there is a whole lot of white space. no narrative, no details just the
Al Jazeera America
Aug 22, 2014 4:00pm EDT
definitive conclusion that all sides can accept. al jazeera, eastern ukraine. >> the missouri national guard began pulling out of ferguson today. the streets of the suburb were peaceful for a second night. the police say they made eight arrests and it comes days before michael brown is to be laid to rest. natasha joins us from ferguson. does it seem like the situation has been defused at least for now? >> well, the question certainly is being asked will the calm on these streets of ferguson remain? it's been three nights in a row of no violence. that's certainly a good leap forward given what has been happening to the last two weeks or so. the national guard might be pulling out, but the missouri highway parole may remain to oversee security. crowds are smaller, but they say they'll continue to protest particularly because they're angry that officer darren wilson has yet to be charged. the missouri state happy patrol in particular has been highlighting how it's trying to mend the riff, if you will, over the last couple of weeks between police and the people of this community. >> we can
FOX News
Aug 22, 2014 1:00pm PDT
missouri, saying brown was, quote, shot and killed like an animal, also saying brown retreated with his hands up. those are in conflict with the medical examiner's report. it would show brown was shot from the front. and now a question about brown's own history. a 2011 report shows he is still out on arrest on giving a false statement. his attorney says those matters have been cleared up, but the fact there is still a charge out there of giving a false statement still has attorneys questioning their client's own culpability if this goes to trial. >>> a new poll shows republican scott brown closing the gap in new hampshire. brown is coming up against incumbent jean shaheen for u.s. senate. the trend might not be the democrat's friend come november. he joins us on the phone. floyd, the latest poll shows brown down by two points, but last month he was down by 12 points. that's quite a catch-up he's doing here. >> that is an extraordinary change of events there. and if the democrats -- pardon me, if the republicans can win new hampshire, that would be a very, very good sign in terms of winn
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 4:00pm EDT
news continues now with new information from ferguson, missouri. the prosecutor in st. louis county, missouri, is not stepping aside despite protesters demanding his removal from the michael brown case. prosecutor bob mccullough is investigating whether to file charges against the police officer who killed brown. now, some people question mccullough's ability to be unbiased. he has several relatives who work for st. louis police and his father was a police officer who died while responding to a call involving a black suspect. meanwhile, the tensions in ferguson appear to be calming. the violence eased during last night's protest and the governor ordered the missouri national guard to withdraw. >> there were no molotov cocktails, no fires, no shooting. we did not see a single handgun. let's enjoy today and know that we're headed toward a sense of peace for our community. >> as a show of support, volunteers put hundreds of roses on the street where brown was killed. >>> pat coe riders are seeing changes thanks to a new construction schedule, part of a new project to replace track on t
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 4:00pm EDT
been almost two weeks since michael brown was shot and killed by police in ferguson, missouri. >>> while the protests continue, the violence that marred the situatio for so long has now eased over the past several days. >> jay gray has been covering the situation in ferguson, and he joins us now live with the latest. jay. >> you know, wendy, jim, always good to talk to you. the messable from protesters, it's been loud, it's been constant since michael brown was shot and killed. today we are learning more about support for the officer involved here, darren wilson. he is on the other side of the controversy here. >> return to order is slowly taking hold in ferguson. the roads are now open, and so are businesses. in an area that has been gripped by violence and chaos for more than a week. captain ron johnson talked about the changes put on the frontlines of the protests. only seven were arrested, compared to 70 on monday. >> today we have a good -- let's enjoy the day and know that we're headed toward a sense of peace for our community. >> reporter: it's an end to the push for an
CSPAN
Aug 22, 2014 4:00pm EDT
very seriously, and we will. >> last night the missouri representatives met to talk about the 1033 program. can you tell me if the secretary is review or when that may happen? >> the secretary is keeping an open mind. he shares the concerns. certainly, as that concern could lead to the use of military equipment, he has not made a decision about conducting a review. he is gathering information. he not only met with those representatives, he held a meeting with senior staffers the day before to ask lots of probing questions
CNN
Aug 22, 2014 1:00pm PDT
, missouri. "the lead" starts right now. >> on monday, michael brown will be laid to rest. but the devicive issues raised by his shooting death are not going anywhere. i'm jake tapper. this is "the lead." the national lead. ten days after it was written, a police report is released on the shooting of unarmed 18-year-old michael brown giving us names, places. but it does not answer important questions. >>> the grand jury hearing evidence right now with officer darren wilson's future hanging in the balance along with the future of these streets. but is this a case where it's almost impossible to convicting? >>> and the world lead. they are butchers who decapitated an american journalist. does the united states, the most powerful military in the world, know how to take the terrorists of isis out? and will it? >> welcome to the lead coming to you live from ferguson, missouri, with our national lead. the investigation into the shooting of 18-year-old michael brown. we're also watching, of course, another major international story, the threat of the terrorist group isis. u.s. military op
CNN
Aug 22, 2014 12:00pm PDT
accounts of the final moments of michael brown's life in ferguson, missouri. but here you have this latest witness to come forward to us here at cnn, speaking to chris cuomo. we talk to chris about what he saw and how that might change everything. >>> plus, michael brown's cousin talks to cnn about the quote, unquote, war that he suggests police are waging on young black men. you're driving along, having a perfectly nice day, when out of nowhere a pick-up truck slams into your brand new car. one second it wasn't there and the next second... boom! you've had your first accident. now you have to make your first claim. so you talk to your insurance company and... boom! you're blindsided for a second time. they won't give you enough money to replace your brand new car. don't those people know you're already shaken up? liberty mutual's new car replacement will pay for the entire value of your car plus depreciation. call and for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. switch to liberty mutual insurance and you could save up to $
FOX
Aug 22, 2014 12:00pm PDT
michael brown jr. in ferguson missouri. but after many nights of violent protests the mood has now shifted. chris cuomo talked to a new eyewitness and shows us the peaceful scene overnight. >> blessing over every commanding officer under him. >> reporter: impassioned prayer, protesters and police hand in hand. protesters now in the street. as others pause in solemn reflection. these sounds of calm now set the scene here in ferguson as law enforcement begins to pull back back. missouri's governor asking the guard to gradually draw down. >> as we see the folks getting calmer, few arrests, fewer problems here, that mission we're going to draw down. we don't need the same force strength. >> reporter: this as new information clarifies reports of officer darren wilson's condition after the shooting. a source tells cnn officer wilson had a swollen face not a frantisek kaberletureed eye socket as some media were reporting. a new eyewitness michael brady says he saw the beginning of the tussle through his window and it looked like the officer was hit. >> did you see brown do a forward movem
FOX News
Aug 22, 2014 12:00pm PDT
soon. and another day of peace in ferguson, missouri. can it last through the weekend? new calls for vigils and protests, this time not just in missouri. we'll look at it, stay close. when it comes to good nutrition...i'm no expert. that would be my daughter -- hi dad. she's a dietitian. and back when i wasn't eating right, she got me drinking boost. it's got a great taste, and it helps give me the nutrition i was missing. helping me stay more like me. [ female announcer ] boost complete nutritional drink has 26 essential vitamins and minerals, including calcium and vitamin d to support strong bones and 10 grams of protein to help maintain muscle. all with a delicious taste. grandpa! [ female announcer ] stay strong, stay active with boost. >>> russia is denying that any of its troops are in ukraine even though its trucks are rolling right now throughout the country there. something that ukraine calls a direct invasion. russia reports it sent more than 130 trucks carrying food water, and sleeping bags. things desperately needed in eastern ukraine but ukraine says it only authorized 3
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 12:00pm PDT
fairly peaceful night on the streets of ferguson, missouri about 100 people demonstrating. it's been almost two weeks since michael brown was killed by officer darren wilson sparking violent protests. with the new calm, national guard troops are expected to pull out of the area later this afternoon. brown's parents tell cbs news they want justice. >> he took my son away. [ crying ] >> for nothing. >> my son had his hands up. so that -- that -- that lets the world know that he's been taught to understand and -- and do the proper thing instead of [ indiscernible ] by a police officer. >> brown's parents are also calling for a special prosecutor for the case as well as officer wilson to be charged. >>> napa valley is about to get some local competition from the south bay. santa clara valley wine trail officially opens today. it's a trail that directs tourists and residents through several south county wineries, local farms and orchards. the wineries in and around morgan hill and gilroy hope the new effort will boost tourism and provide a more affordable wine tasting alternative. >> the
CSPAN
Aug 22, 2014 3:00pm EDT
missouri and the shenandoah valley. so one can argue that the lieber code, at least as it pertains to the treatment of civilians and their property was honored more in the breach than it was followed to the letter. just after the war something called field service in war by francis j. lippit was published specifically on military logistics and he also leans on this doctrine of military necessity to justify foraging. he says it was quote, a well-established right of war. now he does concede, though that there need to be restraints placed on foraging because, as he put it, to do otherwise would be to bring dishonor upon the country. and lipit's work, i know it was published after the war but it will all make sense. lipit's work demonstrates the complexity of the moral issue that surrounds foraging. by its very nature, when you seize supplies from civilians, you are im flikting hardship on that civilian population and so in order to inflict sort of the magical right amount of hardship enough, and to operate within the moral boundaries of civiliwa
MSNBC
Aug 22, 2014 12:00pm PDT
whether or not to press charges against the ferguson, missouri, police officer who shot and killed michael brown. 12 jurors, 9 white and 3 african-american, have that critical task. the national guard is now gone from ferguson. so, too, are those violent-fueled riots and tear gas. looking ahead, brown's public memorial is set for monday morning. is that going to reignite tensions or be a turning point for healing? nbc's craig melvin and msnbc.com's alex wallace have been reporting from the ground and join us again today. craig, if you could right off the top, is there reaction on the ground to that news of the makeup of the grand jury? >> you know, i don't think a lot of folks -- that just broke within the past few hours. i don't think a lot of folks on the ground here know that information. alex and i were just talking about this. there are no protesters on the ground right now. we haven't seen a single protester here along this main drag all morning. that's the first time this week where that's been the case. not one. that's very unusual. granted, it's very hot here. it's approac
FOX News
Aug 22, 2014 11:00am PDT
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Aug 22, 2014 2:00pm EDT
has been in touch with the attorney general since the attorney general was in missouri. i think it's fair to say that we have been encouraged by what we have seen the past few days. the president last week and on monday i believe called for a deescalation in the tensions. that was pair month for him. so far we have seen the developments of the past few days. to answer your question, the president has been in touch with the attorney general. the president and many of us at the white house are closely monitoring and receiving regular briefings on the situation in ferguson. as you know the department of justice opened an investigation, an independent federal civil rights investigation into the death of michael brown, and both the president and attorney general have committed to a fair, thorough, and independent investigation. >> what does the attorney general -- >> i'm not going to get into the internal communications. i think the department of justice has put out a lot of readouts of that trip. i know it's well covered by your colleagues. i can tell you that the president felt that the
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